With the release of their first single and debut album on Shelflife in 2014, The Luxembourg Signal quickly found a loyal following among fans of dream pop/indie pop music, and received enthusiastic reviews for their pop sensibilities, angelic vocals and lush soundscapes.
Since the debut release, the band’s lineup of Beth Arzy & Betsy Moyer (vocals), Johnny Joyner (guitars), Brian Espinosa (drums) and Ginny Pitchford (keyboards) has been expanded with the addition of Kelly Davis (guitars) and Daniel Kumiega (bass).
The seven-piece played a handful of shows in the UK and Europe in the summer of 2015 to promote their debut album, including a Sunday evening performance at Indietracks that many cited as one of the highlights of the weekend. 2015 also saw the release of a split 7” single with Soft Science (Test Pattern Records), which featured a remix of Dying Star by Robert Hampson (Loop/Main).
The band returned to the studio in 2016 to complete their second full length Blue Field coming out this fall on Shelflife and Kleine Untergrund Schallplatten. “Laura Palmer” is the first single from the album and one of our favorite tracks of the year. The b-side is a special cover version of “Let’s Make Some Plans” by the Close Lobsters.
For their follow-up LP, Blue Field (Shelflife), The Luxembourg Signal returned to the studio with engineer Mark Rains and produced an album that reveals a bolder, more developed sound with a darker undertone. The new LP also features guest vocals by Bobby Wratten (Field Mice, Trembling Blue Stars) on the reflective track “Fall Feeling.”
The Luxembourg Signal will be playing various dates in Germany in September 2017 as well as The Paris Pop Fest.
Hamburg – Wednesday September 13 at Astrastube
Augsburg – Friday September 15 at City Club
Kassel – Saturday September 16 at Goldgrube
Cologne – Monday September 18 at Tsunami Club
Paris – Friday September 22 Paris Popfest at l’Espace B